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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor 3t h i c 50- no. 32 Barton Vermont wednesday August 11, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Barton Academy opens August 30 fair september 7- 9.advertising Orleans county me who died in d under the can Border a if a adj. General Johnson gives list killed in action and die3 of disease Sherbrooke wins. Barton lost a hard fought game to the Canadian boys on the fair grounds tuesday afternoon. Heath was injured in practice before the game and a Pitcher expected by bar ton from Montreal did not come. In spite of these mishaps the boys worked hard and it was anybody s game All the Way. The Sherbrooke team turned in two timely double plays and played a fast game led at the Bat with three hits. For Barton Beor pitched a Fine game and Dubois b. Lee and Heath made Good catches in the Field. Owen Alexander. Alden g. Owen son of . An mrs. George Owen and miss Hazeld. Alexander were married tuesday evening at Hardwick by the Rev. . Ranney. Both Young people have been employed in the Barton saving Bank for several years. . Owen is assistant treasurer and is one Obarton s most promising Young men taking an Active interest in Public affairs and is a Leader in the Metho dist Church. Mrs. Owen1 is a graduate of Barton Academy and a woman of Charm and ability. They will both continue their work in the Bank. For Sale Mammoth concert sunday seventy five e to 100 band pieces expected for great concert at Wiloughby. All the bands in Orleans county and other similar organizations Asfar North As Sherbrooke and As far South As st. Johnsbury will Combine to give an open air concert sunday afternoon at 2.30 o clock weather permitting at the Foster Grove just North of Westmore Village on Wil Lough by Lake. It is fully expected that from 75 to100 pieces will be present making one of the largest aggregations of band men Ever gotten together in leans county to play under one Lead to to and heifers. G. More than $1000 extra offered i prizes and parses. Secretary c. E. Hamblet of the leans county fair announces. That to Fez r0e0af5srshaping themselves1920 fair at Barton septem bet t 8. And 9 the Premium lists will be in the hands of All who de sire it within a few Days and show new classes and premiums which adds More than $1000 to offers heretofore made Premium Stock and for race purses. The prospects for an unusually Large amount of Stock Are Good. The management is not ready Yetto announce special features but intimate that there will be something decidedly Worth while. There will of course be the usual Ball games band music stage attractions races etc., which in themselves Are Worth More than the admission Price. Cin Tutor pan Mare x?.r Saddle horse. A. G. Barton Academy and graded schools in 9onjay, aunt 30, for planning to attend this school from outside towns and who desire places to Board work should make their wants known to supt cd. Erwin to . Gilpin at the Monitor office. Likewise persons in bar ton who have places for boys girls to work Board who will boar teachers Are requested to make such information known. Prospective students who have not received a copy of the Orange and Black publication put out last Spring by the school should make application for one to either . Erwin . Gil teaching Force is Complete a follows. D. Merrill principal a. J. Lee vice principal Frances , 1st assistant Inex nor Throp 3rd assistant Kate Heath 6thgrade Hazel g. Leland 5th Grade Catherine Jennings 4th Grade Grace Mcdonald 3rd Grade Jaine Chap Man 2nd Grade Clara Burgess,1st Grade. Fine the score of Rivett piano. Innings 12345678952- 33r. 2. Sherbrooke 002000211 6 Orleans. . The official list of Vermont my. Who were killed died in the Servia of the world War shows there were 116 vermonters killed in action 8died of wounds and 269 died of Dis ease a total of 433. This does not include those who were connected with the Navy who enlisted in Ca Nadian service and lost their lives. The following letter explains to official list . Editor i am sending you herewith of the Vermont men who were Kille died in the service As per your request of recent Date. This list has been verified with the records of the War department bit is not yet Complete As i have sons Barton 1 0000030 0 4 Sherbrooke a h to a Eric Daimon ., mor Sanda re and Register Ibali Glov . 20tf the Orleans band has Given several sunday afternoon concerts at Wil Savage s 4 0 0 2 6 1 congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor 10.30 a. M. Worship. 11.45 sunday school., 6 M. Christian Endeavor. 7.00 M. Song and Praise service. Everybody Welcome. Lough by Lake this summer which have Butler 2 5 0 3 1 3 1 Sitf new lot lust Gibsom of 5 0 1 3 0 0been largely attended and this at tempt is an outgrowth of these con a Thein. Ralph Ham Thormahlen 1 5 1112 02 Ltd t. It tel Jii a. Bridges c 4 0 0 3 0 0 Molineaux 1 4 0 0 13 1 0 Baker 3 4 1 2 2 2 0, &rl2 Sven stanchions a. E. Tracy and family attended the funeral of . Tracy s Niece in Schneiderhan 4 2 1 2 0 0h. R. ,25tf Casper 3 2 1 0 3 0 one Hundred and fifty names yet that Newport Center sunday . Totals 38 6 9 27 16 3 Sall four barn Oil stove have not been verified with the Waff department records but Many 3l whom i am sure should be credited Barton Heath s 4 10 10 1t. Lee 3 5 110 11fver even w is g. A. Humphrey bar to Vermont.s2tf As soon As possible i shall pre Parlee 2 5 0 2 1 2 v Snyder c " 5 0 1 12 2 a supplementary list to go with tha site furnished cottage Barrows 4 0 2 1 0 0 1st and will mail you a copy As Oma Abt at Crystal Lake. Mrs. Historical society meeting tuesday. The picnic meeting of the Orleans county historical society which was advertised to be held at the old Stone House on August 10th and on account of the rain was adjourned to August 11. Wednesday being very wet the management have thought Best to adjourn this meet ing until tuesday August 24, at the same place hoping we May be favored with a Good Day and a Good at Tendance. We have a Good program and would like to have one of our usual crowds on that Day. We will Hope Forit on August 24. A come. Leland 1 4 0 0 6 0 0 As i am Able to get the records from the War department to verify to Woodward 19 rear fct.,l. 25tf at o. Mossman s Friday the 20th.call and have your eyes examined and c. F. Percival and daughters misses Lois and Laura All of Spring Field mass., Are guests at hotel bar ton. F. W. Cutting and sister Wheeler of Chicago Are enjoying an automobile trip of several Days. Mrs. Help Bickford. Mrs. M. running and daughter. Miss Esther visited relatives in Evansville recently. . And mrs. Dawson of Clare Mont n. H., spent the week in d As guests of . And mrs. Guy Bartlett of Park Street. Mrs. C. M. Twombly of st. Johns Bur y and miss Hattie twombly of Lebanon n. H., recently visited . And mrs. A. J. Twombly. . And mrs. W. B. Proctor and Dubois of 3 1 2 4 0 0 Webster 1 4 0 1 0 0 0 ii ill my store building in supplementary list therefore it m impossible to Tell just How soon t supplementary list can be mailed cd. Beor 4 1 0 2 0 0 something new. A genuine auction Sale of autos. Right in the season. Adv mrs. Freda Mcdowell was in st. Johnsbury last week to accompany her Niece miss Leland to the Hospi tal. . And mrs. William Mcghey of Westboro mass., Are spending their vacation at the Home of . And mrs. Louis Larock. Miss Ida Larock of Westboro mass., and Friend Alexander Harti a n of Worcester mass., Are guests at Louis Larock . And mrs. J. Alger and . And mrs. Walter Alger and daughter Ruth of Arlington mass., Are guests at the e a. Tracy Home. Barton local notes C Holbrook of Barnet visited at mrs. L. E. Holbrook s Over Sun Day. Mrs. Zora Wheeler was a recent guest of mrs. Inez Norris in new port. M iss Ina Paige has been seriously ill for the past week with indigestion. Get ready for the Orleans count fair by buying that used car on the19th. A in miss Katherine Wilcox and miss Fanny May spent the week in d in Morgan. Miss Smedley at Jacksonville Flais the guest of her Friend mrs. . Totals 38 4 9 27 5 3 stolen bases Heath. Butler. Two 1 his list contains no men who varas Ruzity for store Barber , Irasburg. S0-3 1p in the Navy Only those in the hits. Giboin t. Lee b. Lee 2. Three base hit Dubois. Double plays,12 horse Power ols very truly. R Herbert t. Johnson. the adjutant general no Orleans county list can be Thormahlen and Butler Savage and Butler. Struck out by Beor 11, with trucks also 1 h Focks for 1 Inch rope 75 Price right Edward so. Casper 2. Bases on balls Beor 1,Casper 1. Hit batsman Dubois. Wild pitch Beor. Passed Ball snyder.z3tx plete and accurate for various rot son example Lyra cd Sabaca North Craftsbury miss Vlora Hadley is Home from Orange mass. Miss Sybil Cochran is visiting at. E. Wheeler Umpire Laline. Lost his life overseas and the off Cassale rent my Gurer Village known As the list credited him to st. Violet Huntoon of Holland Barton won its fourth straight family started tuesday morning Ona motor trip to new. York expecting set equipped with electric mrs. Charles Clogston was called mrs. Bert Berham and daughter and i if n i it i f i i " it f f. But his Mother and his Home was Orleans. That there were deaths c county men both in the Navy and As game from Newport wednesday onto Newport recently by the illness of to be away for several Days. Mrs. Agnes Witt is ill suffering mrs. Fred Ploof of Newport were ref ask closet and Spring water acc Sre room. C Kimball last week by a score of 7 to d an cent guest s of . And mrs. W. Lauier. The Canadian service is also known of took its third straight game from or20tf Cook at the parsonage. The adjutant general s list does a soft mrs. Nettie Allen has recently re with heart trouble. Mrs. Sam Hazelton is in River visiting her son. Wells miss Vera in Diana underwent an of course contain these saturday by a score of 7 to 4. The Barton team goes to Orleans thursday and to Lyndonville 1 Sale one Chevrolet run operation for appendicitis at the the official list contains the names sex 11 condition. Also one Blais Bright look Hospital thursday of Lastice. Amulet with Chuck Cen of 20 men credited to Orleans counts who lost their lives As follows Traweek. Her friends will be glad Tok sir tools Etc W. Law Date being the Date of death Imp. And mrs. Charles Young an know she is making rapid very pleasant family gathering miss Blanche Cole is camping wit friends at Lake Eligo. Mrs. A. L. Wheeler from Orleans was a recent visitor in town. Miss Goldie Johnson has gone Tonew Hampshire to visit friends. Family of new York and . And mrs1 Sale 50 cords about three was held at the Home of mrs. Charles f. B. Dunn and son Jennet a mrs. Cd Lor f oot Wood at. R. Sid Hilliard last thursday when she in Julia Young of North Craftsbury .w v 4 0 a t t mrs. Peter Labell and two Daugh ters have returned from Montpelier where they have been spending Sev eral weeks with relatives. Miss Gertrude Skinner returned with . And mrs. J. F. Batchelder from Moose head Lake in Maine where she has been for a part of her Vaca Tion. The weather the past week has been generally hot the past few Days seeing the thermometer registering from 80 to 90 degrees much of the time. . J. A. Pearson goes to Boston next week to attend a meeting of the National dental association and will take Post graduate work along Spe Cial lines. Liz jul North of Newport. $8.50 and mrs. I. A Idu Ngoi mount Union Ter tamed her three aunts mrs. Fercy bobbins of California mrs. Helennf.0.b. Cars. Guv Cour miss Hall from Waverly mass a. W. J. Graham and B. Grahast Glover. 7tf i Bickford and mrs. M. Brunnings visiting her aunt mrs. Rowley. Ham of Auburndale mass., mrs. Agnes Graham and . And mrs. O. Dunn 2nd. Barto Cullen of and family Are at Wil Springfield mass., and her two sis1sale -2 rebuilt for Road Rowell and family have been Camp Loughry Lake camping for two weeks. Ters mrs. C. C. Mcdowell and mrs. Turned from a vacation with her Sis Ter at Milton. Misses Clemma Seaver and Belle Butler were at Home from Lyndon Ville Over sunday. The Bank will be closed monday August 16, in Observance of Bennington Battle Day. Rev. M. A. Turner and family Are spending a part of their vacation in Camp at Stone Pond. Mrs. I. C. Copeland of Melrose Highlands mass., is the guest of mrs. Luc Robinson. Mrs. William Wallace of West Burke spent the week in d with her sister mrs. W. Mosher. Miss Clara Comstock of Albany n. Y., is a guest at the Home of her brother f. W. Comstock. . And mrs Carl Jewell ., Are spending several Days the guests of . And mrs. J. M. Blake. Maurice Smith of Boston mass., is spending a vacation with his parents Tourng with starter 2 sh2t touring. These Carst be a Rood Erm Ditinno a tvit7 ing at Willoughby Lake. Brownington Walter Norris and their overhauled and paint E. Calkins had a Telephone in card we wish to express our Heartfelt thanks to the Many friends and neighbors who have done so stalled in his Home the past week.3 Sale rent farm much in every possible Way to help Fred Tatro is visiting his sister,1 v acres sugar and Apple --f3" water. Gona Linness mrs. Florence Crow at East Charles us since our loss by fire.. And mrs. F. V. Swanson and in action. National guard Pelkey George l., Newport co. 103 inf., june 16, 1918. National army Bosley Clyde e., North Troy co. B. 58 inf., May 23, 1918. Bosley Irwin North Troy co. $,58 inf., May 23, 1918. Caswell Fred d., Orleans co. 58 inf., May 23, 1918. Patnaude Theodore l., Wes Fieh co. A 58 inf., september 30, 1918. Sweetland Maurice Albany co. 58 inf., May 23, 1918. Died of wounds. National army Morin Bert Barton co. Of 3is inf., nov. 1, 1918. Regular army Maurer Elmer Edison Greensboro he. Co., 58 inf., july 20, 1918. Rowen James p., Barton Btry 16 a october 6, 1918. Santaw Edward p., North troja co. A 58 inf., october 3, 1918. Died of disease overseas National guard Guild Francis a., Orleans co. A 57 Pion. Inf., october 12, 1918. Died of disease in u. S. National army ton. . And mrs. Carroll Lyon of Glov mrs. Isabel Anderson a former resident of this place has returned to her Home in Marlboro after spend ing a week Here visiting relatives and friends. The regular meeting of Crystal Lake Camp no. 11068 " A of Friday Nicht. There is work Fyk. Only two Miles from bar of Chen Westmore Road. Good 3i and pasture. J. M. Ran. 16tf Harold Cochran from Groveton n. H., is visiting at Charles Cochran Mrs. Reginald Anderson has gone to Massachusetts to visit her Sis ters. Bernard Young came from the South last week to visit relatives Here. Miss Eila Dunn has gone to Albanito visit her grandmother mrs. . . And mrs. Harold Hazelton form Wells River visited friends Here last week. . And mrs. Vaughn Wheeler Ander. And mrs. Nelson called on friends Here saturday.. Easton operated on the Little son of will Mowry last week for adenoids and tonsils. New plumbing is being done in the school buildings. It will be completed when school begins. I --0 to ill health i for this meeting and it is hoped there will be Good attendance. Isai flt 200 customs Nelsn ?5sietlt for apr View Camo recently visited his brother Oscar Lyon. Perry Wheeler has returned from Orlando fla., where he spent the Winter. Miss Cora Quint of Manchester n. H., is visiting her aunt mrs. . Hyde. Howard Myers of Yonkers n. Y.,is spending the summer with his Uncle a c. Myers. . And mrs. U. W. Brown recently spent a Day with her daughter wills at st. Johnsbury. Charles Averill of Boston spent Sofrom my Herd of 20 cows w i Rakef it. Vav t i mrs. Mary k. Bugbee of last Hardwick and miss Isabel Grant of have been recent guests if mrs mrs. Getgey Davis and daughter Amy. In Crystal late Grove. V Hastings is constructing an upon boats for transportation. Rev. And mrs. Collier of in Camp in two Story Block 5 lodges rooms upstairs . And mrs. Jonn a. Omit. . And mrs. Lyman Brown of Lyndonville were recent guests ofor. And mrs. C. E. Sisco. . Stacey and party of Spring Field mass., Are occupying the Stacey cottage in Crystal Lake Grove. Miss Freda Lewis has been visit ing her Friend miss Marietta pot Ter in Irasburg the past week. . And mrs. Harold Lewis and son of Newport spent sunday Wither Mother mrs. Burton Wing. . And mrs. R. A. Young and fam ily of Newport were guests last week itt lunchroom Ana vit.0 Gilbert. Ray Grant. Craftsburji4 several Davs in town the past week. Co. A 315 inf., october 10, 1918. Blah. Elmer a. Derby Centes miss Glendora Adams who has been visiting friends Here has re turned to her Home in Manchester a nine x if Jet passenger Sta mrs. F. Go he expects to go to France this week. Joseph Preston of Pittsburg mass.,32-3-4 Camp Eustin a october 19, 1918. Colburn Elvin h., East Charleston. 30 co. 8, in. 151, do september 24,is Snen Dine a few weeks with his Mother mrs. Harriet Foster pressatto and one a a fir on As the Whitney 1918. Ton. East Craftsbury card we wish to express our deepest gratitude to our friends and neighbors for the Many Beautiful Flowers and for All the other expressions of sympathy shown us in our bereavement. . And mrs. Herbert Bailey and family. Coventry George Trudeau is in very poor health. Lucy Hancock is visiting Friend sin Westmore. Arthur Trudeau and c. E. Gorham returned to Claremont monday. . And mrs. Henry Goss and son Glen visited friends in Barton Sun Day. Mrs. A. D. Thurber who has been visiting her sister in Brookfield has returned Home. . And mrs. Quincy Goss have gone to Cambridge mass., where . Goss has a position. M. A. Wright and family and Luther Guild have returned from a vis it in Massachusetts. Miss Marion Cleveland has been spending a few Days at owns Wither Friend Marion Chaffee. Alton and Arland Noyes have been spending a few Days at Newport with their aunt mrs. Parker. . And mrs. Hancock the have been visiting relatives an friends in Newport and Orleans re turned Home Thirlda. Walter Cleveland and his Mother mrs. C. Cleveland and sister Marion spent sunday at Caspian Lake with . And mrs. O. E. Hand det Reenia. Preston m., Barton Satsa of Newport co. Song. Bn., 151 do september 25,Lake and Barton As mrs. E. C. Hunt has returned fro of . And mrs. Vav. Clauene Smith of Sherbrooke a. Is visiting her sister Smith of Park Street. E. J. Rutter optometrist will Betti 1 1" 1918. K5 a v u dog 30x- Fri Jennings an extended visit to her Granddad Ghers. G. Vatt1 of Dow. Mahlon c. Albany co. Ter mrs. Ruth Marshall in st. John ski Pant. Build intr in 301 am. ., january 23, 1918.red to Newl air daughter Bury. Griffin. Theodore j., Barton 1. . F. A Agni a. 336 in. To october 2, 1918. Mrs. Harriet fish and daughter a i Ini Orma found Hall Clarence Oneana. Co. A 336 in. To october 6, 1913janet, from Springfield mass., Are visiting her parents . And mrs vo., inc., car found gentleman s watch on25tf George . Brownington Center mrs. Collins Lacourse is visiting friends in Sheffield v. T. Akley is helping C. Brenna n who is building a barn. E. C. Brennan has recently had the Independent Telephone installed. Charles lathe is working for the L. Chandler co., at Orleans. Mrs. Amelia Magurn of Sherbrooke Q., is visiting at A. Gallup Several from Here attended the concert at Willoughby Lake sunday. Mrs. Hattie Huse of Beebe Junction Q., visited at A. Gallup last Cassie Seavey of Irasburg is stopping at the Home of her Cousin of. J. Seavey miss Alma Provoncha is working regular army to Furriman. Paul a. East crafts High Street. Owner May Nave same Tutto fit the Home Milts and Nephew. Verne of Miles in Bradford. Mrs. Charles Emerson and aught . Ian an. Of East Orange Magoo and Ign mrs. A Magoon in Crystal Lake Forrest Hunt from Andover mass., Bury amb. Co. 28, january by proving property wanted made a Short visit to his Mother. Charges. C a. In Orris Parvu. 1918. Mrs. E. C. Hunt at the Calkins Bros farm the past week. Smithers Otis s., Orleans poultry. Elrick lost Hosp. No. 8, Mot january a 1918.18tf . And mrs. Wendall Mowry andvai7? t0 ret by a lost Black spectacle Case in daughter. Dorothy and miss , South of the the supplemental list is at of Rhode Island Are spending town Hail Meshaya very Piea saut " rhower32-3 3p their annual vacation at g. O. Myers. But the names have not been Veri fied with the War department record. Finder please return to Woan Xeric wit a Irasburg. In a st he miss Hazel Mclean at here2 s miss Julia 7rmrs. Carroll rash and Little Daugh no in not therefore oth Ciai but May lost pair of Gold bowed glasses5se. 7 machinery. Ter. Charlotte from bin Nineia a Faone be considered substantially. Tomica were nreseni.20tf and few Peerless slips. Finder please Vurr the list contains the names of sixmass., Are visiting her Sisters Tatro and mrs. Oscar . Return to mrs. Ash at me a rec factional Orleans county men. Many useful and Damott cd go we. Cash Ford. Who died in the service 20 names Beh c. Gay bar . Pawner. Who has been ill since for Collins Lacourse while mrs. Lol course is away. . And mrs Ray Heath of mor Gan were week in d visitors Tcharles Burns. I met to 1 9 kit wee n st. Johns fhe sunday school picnic will Bethe death of his daughter and her ing accredited to Orleans count the list previously published. The list contains the following names husband . And mrs. Herbert Bowhead weather permitting in Horbury and Newport Side piece belong John Mclean Brook s Eurove wednesday. August 18en, has been moved to the Hospital Attner to a Rnoden Deo. I wow trip Erin Reni a Mailbox 27. Man. Myron barrows.25tf make a special Effort to come and Albert White has finished work for Monitor office. Enjoy a Jolly Good time Whitehill and returned to is Charles Ingersoll has sold his farm Ira Churchill Craftsbury tsar mond Dailey Newport Harry a Hill Newport Elbridge Matoney. Barton Vasila Ulkje Stanley Derby line Frank Wright Orleans. . And mrs. F. M. Kimball Andton a Man from Leominster. Mass. Heay8 Ras less miscellaneous Craftsbury Oscar Bliss and daughter Are in Canada. Home in Orleans. Mind mrs. Bert Wheeler and de has not decided yet just where he Willil I 11 express Sta daughter Irene and mrs. L. D. Kim Ball of Marblehead. Mass. C. T. Per Ward Adams of Sheffield visited at locate but expects to buy a farm a Cash paid for furs hides and Isdr Cival and daughters Lois and Laura Ter a few weeks visiting is seymours Renaay of Springfield mass., and rred Perunic Xei Penone of. Baa sky. c aria Range Tuv Norf mrs. Wilmer Gray of Cival of Glover were callers at Thep Rii vis Tinct at John Lowers Are locaxesl2e Ani Price address O. Notice car of new Brunswick Home of . And mrs. Hollis Hancock Harold generous of Walden was a caller at R. Lathe s sunday. Flora waterhouse o jsji1week-en d guest of Fred Green. V e w Hardy left monday for John-80 n where will take up his can and calling on other old friends in i i ail Trusco. of town. right. E. R. Cd Barto. 25tf . And mrs. W. P. Smith Spentexperipr. map shares mrs. Margaret Leland who has no left her Home for several years cel Bart Edher 89th birthday last week by taking a Little Auto ride to visit her old friends . And mrs. J. W. Hyde and mrs. Eliza Hunt. It was the second time she had Ridden in an Auto. South Albany mrs. Hiram Miller and son of Low text Catt air err and real is the past week at the Nome of is Vermont notes and Fien. To. T. Johnson has Desi Street Leominster daughter airs. A., x. Dux., " Gnu passing work. Rig fast anon it 19 As governor s Day rip ,. Tate Best Stock and Mutual com surety Bonds All kinds of eanies. Estate. Any one having Vil Lage real estate they wish to sell Call on f. W. Baldwin Barton. 39tf the misses Yvonne and Laura a 4 t Awrence. Mass. Are spend will Goodrich of Waterbury friends in town the Conn called on first of this week. Twit Altha class entertained Structure burned in 1910 the sum appropriated. By the Northern coi Jehu on was awarded with the pro vision that it will be used for but is not to be Apple purposes to the old debts of the school the new building is intended for Abov dormitory As the school will open at a recent meeting of the state Board of control members of the educational department appeared relative to the financing of the Vaa school in the coming year. The educational department wanted advice in the matter of mrs. T. N. Vail hav ing recently deeded the House to the state. It developed a problem o which More information and author Ity was necessary before the educational department undertook super poll own Nethe conference Ell mass., Are guests at o. M. Row ing this week with their brother John Vatter riot a nor sawdust at the Ell s.43tf i Labeau. Camp Devens mass., on which Day the review of the Vermont National guard will take place. The publication of the population of the various towns in grand Isle county have recently been made pub Lic from Washington. The gain from the county was 23 during the past 10 Fth o&2s at the Smith cottage Obarton i . And mrs. Edward Blouin Andis of wanted Wessell Nichol & Gross Mill awl Good Lasful is at u per Cord whee it lasts. Miss Helen Baker has finished work for mrs. C. R. Vance and gone Lake be. In to t?1? of26tf Archie ones in Barre were Hanson Barton. To West a Masher former Home guests course s sunday. Connecticut is week. Years six tenths of one per Cento rent a Good i b. R. Young who has been West on a business trip came Friday to spend his vacation with relatives. . And mrs. Joseph Grant of bos your1 1t7ansvtlle 7teach you to drive ltj2 if necessary. So speak re Willey is working for x " Ursa and is 3,784. In Yiu it was 3,701 Anain 1900 grand Isle county showed anime for a to Rev Qiyi to for two to Ken ire Ruu " Purchase the i9th. Population of 4,462.h. More years Sandson. Albany. D. Walker of Street Richt up at own Troutn in Vin have been visiting relatives with the Board of control the Mem--29tf announcement of a 100,000 gifts yet 30-3 4ti Holbrook. 1a arms. L. E Randall 01 Json Avnie Visneau in this Vic Muy Jei Mucu Wrev. . Davis of Walden will at Jav w Moore s recently their Home. A awf5?5 to do at my h .7? . Rio 31. In urn Jin the preach and. 1k in Exchange to rent cottage House six rooms All modern conveniences goo location. Inquire of Judah Brooks Barton. 31- River with the virtual Promise of a in their by n offices and considered to further sum of $150,000 by the North proposition they Are against Jamely Era Baptist convention coupled with 0f providing funds for onojftjf5the confirmation of the intention f of the Vail school this fall. Morning o b. Wells who will with in Treach in Walden. The Board to re open the Academy in terms of the deed to the stave Thomas Ore and family of Cabot and . And mrs. Ernest Royce and daughter of greens Corner were hereto attend the funeral of mrs. Miller. W. J. And B. Graham of Auburndale mass., Are spending their vacations Here. They made the trip to in Hess i the remains of Dudley Sabin,.am a Avn grocery i were us mrs. Van me bin uni a a ducted on the Speedwell hard to meet in View of the fact s Kittle has finished Woric Ai Charleston and is at Home for a time. Mrs. Shepard speller of Wolcott visited mrs. F. G. Gilfillan recently. Mrs. L. A. Drown is in Bradford caring for mrs Forrest Osgood an infant daughter. Walter Leland and round ran Dall Are working for w. J. Monteith in the saw a nil ?5"1um a wednesday and of boxes Nulf Tutt dinner. September 1921, the appropriation by the Northern Baptist body is accepted As a guarantee that the school closed because of Lack of funds in that it will not be Avau Adie raw 101r 511 Man nor t voir. Planit of Tow 15. The matter will not div Auto and were accompanied by . Fri funeral was held thursday in the E. Church Rev. O. B. Wells officiating. The remains were accompanied by his daughter mrs. For millinery ice Cream parlor Barber hop Rel stand. Rooms up one flight and suit Able for lawyers dental doctor housekeeping. May be office Light rented singly together. Appl Bradford clothes shop Barton to fill Ltd of the Man. And mrs. Charles Young of new Are under Way for the construction of definitely settled until the next meet a dormitory build inf to replace thing of the j5i Cal lit a. Any York. Oil

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